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Latinitatis medii aevi lexicon Bohemorum (thanks to the Centre for Classical Studies at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences (www.ics.cas.cz/en)) (2017): celeber

celeber celeber, -bris, -bre et (raro) celebris 2. form.: -brium (acc. sg.) v. infra

1 a frequentatus, populosus – hojně navštěvovaný, lidnatý

b clarus, famosus, celebratus – slavný, proslulý, slavený: c-i (sermone?) slawnu |KNM XIII C 17 f.271vb|; c-e slowutno |ib. f.276ra|; c-er...hec c-ris et hoc -re...slawny |VocLact f.E 1vb|

c creber – častý

+ c. praep. ab (ad 1 b): diebus singulis ab ecclesia c-ibus |(1391) TopTg II 796b|

spec. eccl. (ad 1b): dies celebris dies festus Christianorum – křesťanský svátek: hac septimana tres dies c-es fuerunt, videlicet sanctorum Wenceslai, Michaelis et dedicacionis |SolHebd 49|; hodie habemus festivitatem sive diem c-brium (gl.: hod aneb den slawny a welebny ) gloriose virginis Marie |KNM XIV E 5 f.228r|; al.

2 sacer, sanctus – svatý, posvátný: c-is poswatny |LexS p.69a|; c-er...sanctus...swaty |VocLact f.E 1vb| subst. *celebrum, -i, n. et *celeberrimum, -i, n. [ cf. DfG 110b] vel *celeberrima, -ae, f. [ sc. dies; cf. DfG ib.] festum, magnum festum Christianorum – svátek, velký křesťanský svátek: c-um feyerleich |KNM X E 1 f.156v|; c-imum naiwietcži swatek |LexClemB f.36vb|; c-ima chwalny den |ib.|; c-ima naychwalenieyssy den |LexS p.69a|; c-um, id est festum celebre, feyerlich |KNM II F 4 f.59r|.